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Eduardo Nunez #36, Eduardo Rodriguez #57, and Christian Vazquez #7 of the Boston Red Sox laugh with pitcher Luis Severino #50 of the New York Yankees during the 2018 Pedro Martinez Foundation Gala
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Have a Ball at the Pedro Martinez Foundation Gala in Boston

Fifteen years ago, Pedro Martinez was having a very different autumn than he’s having right now. Then the Red Sox’s ace pitcher, Martinez helped the team […]


Stephen King Is Turning His Home into a Museum and Writer’s Retreat

“I think it disapproved of us at first,” Stephen King wrote in an 1983 essay about his Bangor, Maine abode. “The parlor seemed cold in a way […]

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13 Must-See Halloween Events in Boston 2019

Frog Pond Pumpkin Float: Move over, Charlie Brown—it’s a night that will put any great pumpkin to shame. This annual family-friendly event calls on Bostonians […]


Salem Horror Fest Changes Venues after Dispute over Political Commentary

Update, 10/11/19 1 p.m.: This story has been updated to add context and comment from Essex Heritage officials. Having to relocate a film festival months in the […]

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Mindy Kaling Says She Had to Battle the Emmys for an Office Producer Credit

From “Dinner Party” to “Goodbye Toby” to “Threat-Level Midnight,” Mindy Kaling has been credited as a producer on some of The Office’s most iconic episodes—but […]

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The Interview: Celebrity Events Planner Bryan Rafanelli

Whippet thin and always impeccably dressed, party planner extraordinaire Bryan Rafanelli is rarely without a smile, whether an act of God is threatening to derail […]


Conde Nast Traveler Says Boston Is the Third Best City in the Country

Conde Nast Traveler unveiled its 32nd annual reader’s choice awards today, and the people have decided that Boston is the third best city in the country. Don’t be […]

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MasterChef Returns to Boston for Open Auditions in October

MasterChef producers have discovered some seriously talented home cooks in Boston the past few years—like Nick DiGiovanni, the recent Harvard grad who was one of […]

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Here’s How a Salem Film Festival Is Tackling the Political Horror Show of the Trump Era

As the witching hour approached on November 8, 2016, Kevin Lynch watched the presidential election results through his fingers, scared to look at the TV. […]

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Watch: John Cena Dances on Ellen, Proves He Shouldn’t Quit His Day Job

He might be a professional wrestler, actor, rapper, children’s book author and television host—but Ellen DeGeneres may have found the one thing that John Cena can’t do. During his […]


Four Trips to Make the Most of the $10 Commuter Rail Weekend Pass

Picture this. It’s 9 a.m. Your head rests against the window as the landscape sails by in a blur of autumn colors, and the conductor […]


Travel Guide: Find Foliage and Crisp Mountain Air in Manchester, Vermont

Getting There About a three-and-a-half-hour drive from Boston, the trek north to this foliage lover’s paradise winds through scenic Route 2 toward the sprawling Green […]


Enjoy Fall With the Whole Family With These New England Adventures

HORSE AROUND There are fairy tales, and then there’s the Castle in the Clouds, a regal Arts and Crafts château nestled in the Granite State’s […]


A Weekly Guide to the Best Leaf Peeping in New England

September 29–October 5 Woodstock, Vermont WHERE TO PEEP: Start your journey in a town so idyllic it feels straight out of a storybook, bursting with […]


Clear Your Head This Fall at These Breathtaking New England Escapes

HIKE TO A HEAVENLY VIEW Hiking is fun—until you finish off your trail snacks and water halfway through, that is. For a quick trek with […]